Thank you!

Thank you!

Dear friends,

On behalf of the Breslov Research Institute, the staff of the Institute, and on behalf of the over 430 needy Breslover families in the Holy Land, I want to thank each and every one of you for opening your heart and contributing to our Passover campaign.

Thank you for choosing us to be your messengers for this precious mitzvah, to bring true holiday joy to the poor of the Land of Israel, for the third year in a row.

Thanks to those who quickly responded first and donated at the beginning of the campaign immediately after Purim.

Giving ahead of time allowed us to advance the support to 300 families a week before the holiday, and allow them to get organized for the holiday in peace, joy and respect.

Thank you to all the donors who responded and donated each according to their ability, to those who supported a child and to those who supported a family.

Special thanks to those who went out of their way and donated $720 or more, and received as part of the special offer – a luxurious leather-bound Haggadah with a personal dedication.

You were all partners in reaching the goal!

Thank you to those who responded to the closure of the campaign.

Thanks to them we added another 130 families who received our support, and are now able to rejoice in the joy of the holiday.

Thanks to you, this year we have expanded our circle of activity and support: new communities in the Holy Land from North to South, and assistance to the Breslover refugees from the Ukraine.

Together we are privileged to rejoice with over 430 Breslover families and followers in Eretz Yisrael who will sit at the Seder table tonight with a happy heart.

May Hashem bless us all with the blessing of the festivals for life and peace, for joy and delight, in fulfillment of the prophecy: “The song [of the future redemption] will be like the night of sanctifying the festival [i.e. Pesach], and with joy of the heart” (Isaiah 30:29 see Rashi), Amen.

In friendship and appreciation,

Chaim Kramer – Chairman of the BRI
Yosef Nechama
Zvi Kramer
Rafael Kramer
and all employees of the Institute